Bow Hunting Rabbits Takes Great Shooting!
Bow hunting for rabbits is a great way to get your bow hunting practice in. And they taste great as well. Nothing better then fried rabbit.
When and where should you hunt rabbits early and late in the day are when they are the most active. They are best located on rural roads and the fringes of fields. They like around areas that provides them with some sanctuary near their feeding areas. You will have to drive slowly and watch or you could park and walk.
Farmers are great to get to know and they can tell you where the best rabbit concentration is. Make sure to get permission from them. Most farmers like to get rid of rabbits so you will likely get permission.
Rabbits have superb camouflage so they can be tough to spot, so you have to keep your eyes open. But they are highly nervous animals and they can’t handle suspense so flushing them out can be easier then you think. Look for cottontails and swamp rabbits in brush piles, honeysuckle patches, fallen treetops, cane brakes and other forest cover.
Some believe that hunting small animals is one of the most exciting action on the planet. This can be birds also, pheasants and grouse.
Small game comes in many shapes and sizes, as do the points we use to hunt them.
Here is a list for you to check out:
- The Hammer – Small Game Blunt
- Zwickey Judo
- Snaro Bird Points
- Bludgeon Small Game Blunt
- Flat-nosed Steel Blunts
- 3Rivers Bunny Buster
- 3Rivers Tiger Claw Blunt
- The Head Saver
- Field Points
Continue on to page 2 and see the fantastic shots…